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Tired All The Time – 2 Videos

In unofficial polling when we chat with friends at shows about what resonated in DC music in 2018, Tired All The Time comes up often as the most exciting new find. The anthemic, danceable synth-rock paired with true dedication to a bleak corporate aesthetic is a winning combo. Earlier this year we featured their debut music video “Bone Dry” from their 2018 EP Be Well on Flag Day Recordings, so as the year’s end looms, let’s catch up on two more recent vids. “Little Pieces” is the dark flipside to “Bone Dry”‘s cheery optimism, questioning life as an unappreciated and failing business worker. “Only Exception”, our fave track from the EP, perks things back up with an Indian duo doing a joyous dance routine that doesn’t even attempt to sync up with the song. We love it! Complete their customer satisfaction survey to maintain close corporate ties to the band.


Podcast for August 29th, 2018

Paul reminisces about his entry into the DC music scene, while Tony reviews the DC indie movie theater Suns Cinema. Plus, every song we play is an email submission!

NoOne Sphere – Pictures In My Room [unreleased]
Crosby Cofod – Breathing [Snippets]
Rogerio Naressi – Remember Who You Are feat. Cody Valentine [single]
Tired All The Time – Only Exception [Be Well]
Slow Love – Hate in my Heart [single]
Igloo Two – Earthier Substance [Silver Eyes Meets Doctor Robot]

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Tired All The Time – Bone Dry

As a lot of DC workers, I toil in an office every day. Members of anthemic post-punk band Tired All The Time clearly have too, and have adopted a “sterile corporate / pharmaceutical aesthetic” to cope. The single “Bone Dry”, from the sophomore EP Be Well on Flag Day Recordings, enthusiastically cheers “I got nothing / All my money’s in the bank / I got nothing / My whole culture is a prank / It’s bone dry”. This delightfully over the top music video really makes the feeling inescapable, as dancing employees celebrate the dystopian success of the TATT brand. Mark your calendars for October 5th when TATT plays the new Dangerous Pies venue with Mystery Friends.